Registered: Jan 2012
07-20-12 03:05 PM
Quote from clearinghouse:
IQFeed, hands down. Yeah, it requires some socket programming, but here's the thing: It works! Also, while it sucks that it's a text protocol, it's also a bonus that it's a text protocol. Basically any programming language can deal with that stream of input.
I've tried all the other retail options, and they are ALL terrible. ESignal's servers are in California. There is no debate with retail-class data feeds. IQFeed is the best.
Anyone has experience with NxCore? Seems the same feed as IQFeed with a better API. Looks like no string parsing and smaller payload which translates to more symbols under the same bandwidth/hardware as IQFeed. Any feedback out there?